How you present your type… the fonts, colors and point sizes… can make or break your entire presentation. With this in mind, here are 7 ways you can create better typography for your PowerPoint presentation.
Let’s face it; we all have to make presentations — and the most common and arduous tool is PowerPoint, unless you’re one of the lucky few to use Keynote (or better yet unconventional platforms like Prezi). As presentations evolve, the flashy trends of the 90s still seem to have held on — people continue to present word art and transition slides tending to induce epilepsy, or at the very least a graphic designer’s gag reflex.
Ever see great presentations on this site and wonder "How can I make slides like those?" This quick, insight-packed course will distill many of the major lessons I've learned designing presentations (20 or so of which have been featured on the Slideshare homepage for clients like Honigman Media and Group 8A) over the past half decade.
If you want to give a knock-out presentation that grabs your audience and keeps them engaged, it’s essential to use eye-catching images that illustrate your message. One of our top Prezi designers, Meaghan Hendricks, knows a thing or two about picking the right visuals. Her advice: "You want your visuals to enhance what you are saying, not distract from your message. Using powerful images that provoke emotion will help your audience understand and remember your presentation."
Have you heard about Uber’s recent rebranding controversy? Uber rebranded earlier this month and the rebrand met with resounding negative reviews. It may have even resulted in the resignation of Uber’s Head of Design.
Human beings are visual creatures. We were drawing images on cave walls way before we were writing words. At this point in time, love of imagery seems to be in our collective DNA. Your audience will be far more engaged if you give them images to look at in addition to text.
Icons really can make a boring presentation into an interesting one that creates an impact on the audience.
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